What is important in relationship??
Life itself has shown that human infants deprived of human physical contact have a much higher than average mortality rate. This appears to hold true for most mammals, in fact. There is no life for us without the loving touch.
A perfect mixture of both. Love is best expressed not only through words but action as well so the physical aspect must never be absent. This is probably why long distance relationships often don't last.
You cannot have a relationship without both, but the best, in my view, is emotions. This is because someone can be physically far away, but as long as you are emotionally connected, the love is there. But even if you were physically involved, sometimes when the emotional part is missing, there is no love.
You need both to have a chance at a lasting loving monogamous relationship. Removing either increases the odds of someone cheating or walking away from the relationship.
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